But to be clear - I asked the Support people and was told, and I quote:
"The Webvantage, Client Portal and Mobile Server applications are .Net IIS applications that require Microsoft Windows and IIS."
So... was that just a typical response from a Windows support person who doesn't really understand web servers?
The software in question is described here:
I don't mind doing the work, I'd just rather not go down a rabbit hole trying to do something that can/will never work.
On Mon May 07 2018 13:37:36 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time), Yehuda Katz <yehuda@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Certainly. I would start with the Reverse Proxy Guide: https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/howto/reverse_proxy.htmlCome back here if you have any questions.
On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:32 PM Charles Marcus <CMarcus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I just want to know if this is even worth my time trying to figure out.
We have an Accounting application (.ne/IIS on Windows Server 2008R2) on our LAN, but I need to provide a window to this through the internet, and I'd really, really like to not put a Windows Server on our DMZ facing the internet directly (if I have to, it will be a separate/standalone server that redirects/proxies to the Accounting server).
first and foremost - is it even possible to setup an Apache server to do this? I loathe IIS, and also don't know much about it, but I'm also pretty much a noob when it comes to web servers in general. I do have some experience a while back with Apache, which is why I'm starting here.
If it isn't, so be it, but if it is, is it very involved?